Our 10 favorite romantic pairs who work together for evil.

#10 Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf, Gossip Girl

When these two get together to play their twisted games, no one else stands a chance as their combined evil power can conquer anyone.

#9 George and Lucille Bluth, Arrested Development

They might seem like ordinary parents, but George and Lucille did everything in their power to control and manipulate their family and employees, going to any lengths to get others to do what they wanted.

#8 Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, The Hills

Spencer may have started out looking like a solo bad guy on The Hills, but as soon as he started (allegedly) spreading vicious rumors about Heidi’s former BFF Lauren and Heidi opted to stand by her man, they officially became a single evil force.

#7 Julian Sark and Lauren Reed, Alias

Mr. Sark was one of the most ingenious villains ever, switching loyalties all the time to save himself, and when he paired up with Michael Vaughn’s traitorous wife, their romance toppled powerful organizations.

#6 Gaius Baltar and Number Six, Battlestar Galactica

Even if the Six in his head wasn’t real, these two had a strong connection that led to the betrayal of the human race and the massive Cylon attack on the colonies.

#5 Boston Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich, Survivor

Boston Rob’s future wife may have gone along for the ride on Survivor: All-Stars, but with her cooperation, this power couple dominated the game and finished first and second. The combined power was so great that they also had two good runs on The Amazing Race.

#4 Mason Lockwood and Katherine Pierce, The Vampire Diaries

Proving that evil love conquers all, a werewolf and a vampire decided to work together in a very lethal supernatural romance.

#3 Dwight Schrute and Angela Martin, The Office

Back when these to were still a secret item, their plotting against the other employees was Machiavellian and hilarious.

#2 Dan Scott and Rachel Gatina, One Tree Hill

When two of the show’s biggest villains teamed up, the result was an unholy alliance as Rachel proved even more manipulative and calculating than her fratricidal husband.

Dan Scott and Rachel Gatina, One Tree Hill

#1 Spike and Drusilla, Buffy the Vampire Slayer

No other TV pairs come close to the delightful destruction of these two lovebirds. In season 2, Spike’s willingness to do anything for his Dru and her psychotic ramblings and sadistic personality were a match made in Hell.

John Kubicek

Senior Writer, BuddyTV

John watches nearly every show on TV, but he specializes in sci-fi/fantasy like The Vampire DiariesSupernatural and True Blood. However, he can also be found writing about everything from Survivor and Glee to One Tree Hill and Smallville.